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Re: I am having a problem of no display
Hi mystriaxe_me, the issue of no display depends greatly on which display you are currently using. The Intel MB D102GGC2 does use an onboard (Integrated) graphics card & it also allows you to use a PCI-Express graphics card but not at the same time. If you are not using a PCI-Express x16 card your monitor cable should be connected to the "Dark Blue in color VGA port" located at the rear of the MB. If you are using a PCI-Express card, the bios auto detects that one is attached & will boot to the PCI-E. Most PCI-E cards have two ports. If the first one does not show display than move your cable to the second port on the PCI-E card. (Also try removing your PCI-E card & re-inserting it. The connection may not be fully inserted. Most PCI-E cards also require more power. Check your card for additional power ports. Some use a power cord like a floppy disk drive, others use a power cord like a hard disk drive & newer cards use either a 6-pin power cord or 4-pin squar power connector. Check the manual for the PCI-E card. If in either case if you do not receive display on your monitor, check the monitor cable for good connection. Also check the monitor by hooking it up to a working notebook or a working PC. If nothing helps you gain display, post here which graphics card you are using. If its a PCI-E card post the manufacture & model number.
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Problem often occurs on a computer display, usually the problem as a hardware malfunction. way to identifying it is to perform tests on computer hardware (troubleshooting) > Sweep ram slot with a small brush or small paint brush is not used (new) > After cleaning the ram slot, use the eraser to clean the copper surface on the ram you are. > When you're done, plug the ram in the slot. (If you have a new ram to do the troubleshooting is better) > Reattach the power source on your computer and then switch on your computer. > Still not working? > If you use the display card, remove the display card and do the same as you did on your ram and ram slots. (If you're not using the display card, the better you get the display card to make the process of troubleshooting) >Turn on your computer. (If your computer is still experiencing the same problem though has to do the troubleshooting on the display card) > Get at / ATX new power supply to do troubleshooting, (damage to the power supply will also cause the computer not display >Turn on your computer. If the computer still can not function normally means that you have the problem still appears,This requires you to perform more detailed troubleshooting process. Firstly, you need to provide a motherboard and processor is still working (new) to do this process.If you already have all the equipment, you can start to make the process of troubleshooting your hardware one by one.I believe there is enough equipment for you to perform troubleshooting, problem you will be able to identify you and you will be able to solve by itself. Hope this can help solve your problem. thank you
update Bios of *********** board.
b-coz i have already have a same prob some time early.
and i solve it by updating my board bios.
& now i have some prob with my drivers of my board (intel d845gvsr) same that you are using...can u tell me the drivers of that board for windows vista....
Have you tried plugging in an external monitor to see if the display is ok. I suspect you will find external display is perfect and only the LCD on the laptop is affected.
I have a laptop that the "tab" welds are not connecting properly on the lcd and 1/3 of the display is multiple lines or black. Pressing on the top of the lcd changes the colors on the display but does not fix the problem, I had to replace the lcd.